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Sony announces live action television series Final Fantasy XIV



The television and production company Hivemind Entertainment of Sony Pictures (the company behind Netflix's upcoming adaptation of The Witcher and Amazon stands)] The Expanse ) announced a partnership with Square Enix to develop a live action Final Fantasy TV series based on the online role-playing game Final Fantasy XIV.

Action television series will tell an original story that takes place in Eorzea, the world where Final Fantasy XIV plays. What the series will focus on is not yet clear. However, a press release examines "the struggle between magic and technology on the road to peace in a conflict country". It's still in the development stage – which in Hollywood means "writing, but with more meetings" – so there's no word on who's to be manned, and there's no footage to talk about, and it will be for do not give it for some time. The same applies to the network or streaming service on which you find the program or for a release date.

With Hollywood's long history of options and announcements for video game customizations never actually materialized, there's no guarantee that this will ever happen, but Netflix distributed Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light Live action show about the bond between father and son during the game, in 2017.

Also promised are all long-standing calling cards of the series: "Magitek and Beastmen, Airships and Chocobos" as well as "The Live Action Debut of Cid ". (Presumably this is Cid Garlond out of the game, though it could well be another Cid.) Final Fantasy has never been shy to introduce new cids.)

As early as it may be A Final Fantasy XIV TV show is a pretty cool idea – Eorzea is a big, big world full of classics Final Fantasy Falling and nodding to previous ga mes in the series. It could be great! It could also be a disaster. Final Fantasy projects have the habit of being dramatic productions right up to the end.


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